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The Coronavirus Crisis

Employers continue hiring spree even as war in Ukraine ratchets up economic fears

U.S. employers added 431,000 jobs in March, as the unemployment rate fell to 3.6% from 3.8% in February. The tight job market is putting upward pressure on both wages and prices.

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Employers continue hiring spree even as war in Ukraine ratchets up economic fears

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This year's Grammy nominees for best children's album include: Pierce Freelon, 1 Tribe Collective, 123 Andrés, Lucky Diaz and the Family Jam Band and Falu Chris Charles; Lissa Hahn; Dominick Williams; Carson Sargent hide caption

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Chris Charles; Lissa Hahn; Dominick Williams; Carson Sargent

Last year's children's song Grammy nominees were all white—but that's changed in 2022

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The modern environmental movement and the far-right movement might appear to be on opposing sides of the political ideology spectrum. But overlap does exist and researchers say it's growing. Christian Aslund/EyeEm/Getty Images hide caption

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The far-right and environmentalism overlap is bigger than you think — and growing

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Former President Donald Trump held a rally in Commerce, Ga., last Saturday with candidates he's backing in the state's May primary elections. Megan Varner/Getty Images hide caption

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Trump is struggling again in Georgia, with 2022 endorsements driven by his 2020 loss

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